To deal with opening delays, seafood restaurant and microcannery Little Fish began lunch pop-ups at sister space Jarrbar on July 10, and the resulting photos are giving future patrons a peek at the upcoming menu. Recently the lunch offered included pork and chicken liver terrine, Irish soda bread with gravlox tartine, summer squash fritters, and lots of tinned fish option.
When it officially opens, Little Fish aims to be a full-experience destination like Pike Place Market neighbors Beecher’s Handmade Cheese and the Seattle Fish Guys, with windows into a microcannery revealing the seafood preservation process and an open kitchen to show off chef Zoi Antonitsas and team at work.
The pop-ups at Jarrbar run from Tuesday to Friday, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Keep an eye out for an opening date for Little Fish in Pike Place Market. Have you tried the pop-up lunches? Leave your impressions in the comments.